Premiere: Red Engine Caves make it two-for-two in 2019 with Jackhammer

Premiere: Red Engine Caves make it two-for-two in 2019 with Jackhammer

Following the arrival of their comeback single White Tile Fever last month, they've now dropped another.

Header image by Peggy Sues Agency.

Last month, we got the news that long-time Perth favourited Red Engine Caves were making a big comeback, returning with a new show at Freo Social in mid-August, armed with a new single White Tile Fever. The Pilerats-premiered joint, their first track in around three years, saw the return of their ruckus-inducing, energy-packed rock sound which years later only feels more fun, capturing their strength and vigour in this classic 70s grand-rock sound while opening a path to the future, injecting that signature, west-coast-rock edge to the track in an exciting return for a band whose key descriptor is excitement and energy.

Their show at Freo Social isn't until this Friday, August 16th, and with only a few days left, it appears they have another trick up their sleeve in the form of Jackhammer - a second track that with its premiere today, seemingly makes it two-for-two for the high-octane trio. Picking up where White Tile Fever left off, Jackhammer is an explosion of that signature Red Engine Caves energy that taps out just under four-minutes, with strong guitar rhythms and frantic percussion meeting their signature classic rock roots for a track that as triple j's Nkechi Anele sums up perfectly, is "heavy AF."

Their returning show at Freo Social is almost sold-out, so make sure you sweep up those last-minute tickets (and find more information on the show) HERE, and for a taste of what to expect from their long-awaited return to the Perth live music market, check out a teasing warm up HERE. Otherwise, dive into Jackhammer in all its glory below:

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